Jane Gordon (jewelry designer)

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Jane A. Gordon
Nationality American
Occupation Jewelry Designer

Jane A Gordon is a New York-based jewelry designer and the founder of Jane A Gordon Jewelry.

Early life[edit]

Her parents are Tammy and Leonard Gordon. Gordon grew up in the Mainline area of Philadelphia. She graduated from Miquon Upper School in 1975 and New York University in 1978 with a BA in Dramatic Literature and Experimental Psychology.[citation needed] She was invited to apply to NYU by the Stella Adler Studio of Acting.

Gordon lived in London for 8 years after graduating from NYU, where she worked for Bernard Cornfeld and First Composers Company, owned by Freddy Bienstock. She frequented the members only nightclub, Tramp, where she met and dated celebrities and royalty including Robert De Niro, Mel Brooks, Ian La Frenais, Dodi Fayed and Gary Osborne.

Gordon worked for 15 years as a commercial real-estate broker in New York City and was later employed as a sales manager and corporate gifts coordinator for an Internet-based luxury goods purveyor. When the site shut down and she was laid off, she decided to go into the corporate gifts business on her own, setting up a company called WishBrokers.com.[1]

Jane A Gordon Jewelry[edit]

Gordon's jewelry is carried by retail venues including Saks Fifth Avenue, Fortunoff, Crystal Cruises, Holland America Line, Royal Caribbean Cruises, Ltd., Azamara Club Cruises, Celebrity Cruises, and Costa Cruises.

Gordon recently designed a logo for the Palm Beach Club with a line of jewelry to go with it in gold, silver and diamonds and is working on expanding this concept of bundling a company’s logo with a line of jewelry.[2]

Her work often represents specific themes or messages. Her “Palm Beach” line features a gold bowl with diamonds tumbling out of it, signifying abundance, she says.[2]

In 2008, Gordon was featured in Lustre Magazine's "Who's Who in Designer Jewelry."[3]

In 2013, Gordon was quoted by Instore Magazine about pearls.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Janjigian, Robert. "Former dot-com worker powers up jewelry designs". Palm Beach Daily News. 
  2. ^ a b Booker, Stacie Kress. "New Fashion Trends in Gems & Jewels". Florida Trend. Retrieved 18 March 2013. 
  3. ^ Kremkow, Cheryl (2008). "Lustre Magazine, 2008 by Cheryl Kremkow, Editor in Chief "Who’s Who in Designer Jewelry"". Lustre Magazine. 
  4. ^ "New Arrivals: Pearls and Charms". InStore Magazine. Retrieved 30 June 2013. 

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